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narrate

verb [T]
 
 
/nəˈreɪt/ formal
to tell the story in a book, film, play, etc: 'Peter and the Wolf,' narrated by actress Glenn CloseSaying and utteringSaying again
narration
 
 
/nəˈreɪʃən/ noun [U] formal
Translations of “narrate”
in Arabic يَسرِد, يَروي…
in Korean 이야기하다…
in Malaysian menceritakan…
in French raconter…
in Turkish anlatmak, söylemek…
in Italian narrare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 講(故事), 敘述…
in Russian рассказывать…
in Polish opowiadać, być narratorem…
in Vietnamese kể lại…
in Spanish narrar, contar…
in Portuguese narrar…
in Thai บรรยาย…
in German erzählen…
in Catalan narrar…
in Japanese (劇、映画などの)語り手を務める…
in Indonesian menceritakan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 讲(故事), 叙述…
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